Bentonville and Rogers have joined Fayetteville and Springdale in establishing drinking areas for consuming alcohol outdoors.
Fayetteville’s outdoor drinking program is here to stay.
Fayetteville’s Outdoor Refreshment Area will stay in place for at least three more years.
A new interactive map on the city’s website shows there are now over 50 Fayetteville bars and restaurants participating in the new outdoor drinking program that went into effect in July.
Fayetteville’s new outdoor drinking law went into effect last week, and over 30 bars and restaurants have since signed up to participate in the program.
Fayetteville’s new outdoor drinking program began at 10 a.m. Wednesday, meaning people can now take advantage of a new state law that allows public consumption of alcohol in certain places.
Fayetteville can now take advantage of a new state law that allows public consumption of alcohol in certain places.